Wednesday, 29 February 2012

A Polar explorer, an Archaeologist, and a Five Star Chef.

Whilst on the way to fishing yesterday with Ken, high in the sky I heard and then saw a skylark, what a sound and what a day to be out in good company.

The workshop season has gotten of to a flying start in the last few days and it never ceases to amaze me as to the people who are interested in bass fishing. I have been visited by the guys above in the last few days and I guess its what makes this job so interesting - the sheer variety of people who have a desire to understand the fish.

Today for the first time in months there will twelve hours of light - a key factor in the systems that will encourage the fish closer to our shores over the next few months - spawning is not far away and then......roll on 2012 and I look forward to meeting the candlestick maker, the baker and the traindriver too!

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The beginning AND the end…

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